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The Key to Recovery

Wednesday 30th April 2014

Thank you to all the staff, patients and carers who took part in twelve Live Music Now music sessions featuring over 21 musicians at East Kent Neurorehabilitation Unit at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust and University of Kent's School of Psychology. The… [read more]


Mirarchi’s Musical Miles

Wednesday 30th April 2014

  LMN musicians are used to clocking up the miles as they travel to our audiences throughout the UK. HSBC banker, Alex Mirarchi travelled from Canary Wharf, London to Poland to run a full 26 miles at the Warsaw Marathon to support the work of… [read more]


Carol Main to join the boards of Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Traditional Music Forum

Monday 28th April 2014

Carol Main, Director of Live Music Now Scotland and Live Music Now International (UK), is delighted and honoured to have been invited recently to join the Board of Governors of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and the Board of Directors of the Traditional Music Forum.


Take the Cake this Spring for The Classic FM Foundation and Live Music Now

Wednesday 12th March 2014

This Spring the Classic FM Foundation is asking you to Take the Cake. By baking or buying, you'll be turning a sweet treat into live music for sick, disabled and vulnerable children. This year Classic FM Foundation is raising funds to provide life-changing live… [read more]


Alumni Musicians - Life After LMN

Friday 14th February 2014

Live Music Now musicians often share heart warming stories from the people they meet and play to. Today we want to share the story of two musicians who found each other through Live Music Now. Annabel Thwaite was recommended to audition for LMN by the… [read more]


Does listening to live music speed recovery from brain injury?

Friday 31st January 2014

Live Music Now is collaborating with the East Kent Neurorehabilitation Unit at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust and University of Kent's School of Psychology in a pilot study looking at the impact of live music sessions on recovery from brain injury. Legendary violinist… [read more]


Tickets on Sale for LMN Gala Concert at the Dora Stoutzker Hall in Cardiff - 15 February 2014

Tuesday 17th December 2013

Join us on the 15th of February 2014 at the Dora Stoutzker Hall in Cardiff for a celebration of Live Music Now, founded by Yehudi Menuhin and Ian Stoutzker, including performances by: Llŷr Williams piano Reisha Adams soprano David Doidge piano Samantha Price mezzo… [read more]


LMN Founder-Chairman Ian Stoutzker, CBE receives The Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy 2013

Thursday 12th December 2013

HRH The Prince of Wales presented medals to Live Music Now Founder-Chairman Ian Stoutzker, CBE and his wife Mercedes for their support and philanthropy of the arts. 11 December 2013 It was 1961, more than 50 years ago now, when Ian and Mercedes Stoutzker… [read more]


Live Music Now - G8 Dementia Summit

Tuesday 10th December 2013

The UK is hosting a G8 summit on dementia in London on 11 December. The summit aims to develop co-ordinated global action on dementia. Live Music Now's Strategic Director for Wellbeing, Douglas Noble, weighs in on the G8 Dementia Summit's question: Which areas of dementia… [read more]


LMN musicians perform in Abu Dhabi's Future Center for Special Needs

Monday 18th November 2013

Flute and percussion duo Flercussion traveled to Abu Dhabi in October 2013 to deliver participative performances and workshops at the Future Center for Special Needs. Over the course of a week, LMN put on 24 workshops and a training session for 50 teachers. There was… [read more]

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